Plan & Write A Novel In 90 Days (Or Less...) by Writer's Edit

Plan & Write A Novel In 90 Days (Or Less...)

Learn How To Plan & Write Entertaining And Engaging Novels That Your Readers Will Love. From Scratch. Within 90 Days.

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Overview

A comprehensive, 47-lesson course focused on giving you the skills, confidence and resources to write entertaining and engaging novels that are a perfect fit for your target readership. 

We built this course to address the questions and concerns that we hear most often, like:

  • Where do I get my inspiration and ideas from?
  • How do I map out and structure my novel?
  • How do I start writing the first chapter? 
  • How do I develop likeable characters?
  • How do I develop vibrant and fascinating settings that still sound authentic?
  • How do I keep my readers engaged—to keep them page-turning to the end of the book?

There is no shortage of books and courses out there about writing novels, but in our experience - the vast majority contain mere general advice, and aren't structured in a way which allows you to 'follow along' in a linear fashion.

The purpose of this course is to break down the huge challenge of writing a novel (from scratch) into bite-size portions, which you can study and undertake at your own pace.

We've created a step-by-step process for you to follow, which will enable you to start expertly planning and writing your best-selling novel today

What's included?

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Contents

Introduction
Introduction
How To Use This Course
Preparation
Inspiration and Finding Ideas
Organising & Utilising Your Writing Time
Recommended Reading For Authors
Items You'll Need (Checklist)
When & Where To Write
Developing Routine & Discipline
How Much Should I Write?
How Much Should I Write?
Joining a Writers' Group
What Should I Research?
How to Research for Your Novel
Choosing Your Genre
Plotting Your Novel
What is Plot?
Using the 3-Act Structure
Plotting Your Own Novel
How to Master Subplots
Common Subplot Examples
Including Your Subplots
3 Common Approaches To Beginnings
How To Write A Great First Chapter
Creating Tension
Balancing the Pace of Your Novel
Different Types of Endings
Prompts for Writing Your Novel's Ending
Developing Your Characters
Deciding on Your Character Cast
What Makes an Authentic Character?
Naming Your Characters
Creating Character Profiles
Describing Characters Physically
Deeper Character Traits
Character Relationships & Conflict
Point of View & Tense
Writing Authentic Dialogue
Developing Your Setting
What is Setting?
The 9 Elements of Setting
Scructuring Your Novel
Using Timelines For Your Novel
Creating Your Own Timeline
Mapping Your Chapters
Writing Scenes
Adding Texture: Flashbacks, Foreshadowing & Mood
Writing Tasks
Create Your Writing Space
Deal With Distractions
Do Your Research
Track Your Writing Progress
Plan Your Basic Plot
Define Your Character Motivations
Plan Your Scenes
Pen to Paper - Your First Chapter
Word Sprints
Writing Prompts
Let's Start A Fight!
Speeding Up & Slowing Down!
Let's Add Texture!
We Need To Talk!
A Whole New World!
Show Don't Tell!
Workbooks
[Workbook] Character Profile
111 KB
[Workbook] Chapter Map
80.5 KB
[Workbook] Developing Settings
105 KB
[Workbook] First Chapter
85 KB
[Workbook] Fleshing Out The Plot
117 KB
[Workbook] Scene Cards
70.4 KB
Bonuses
[PDF] 5 Essential Elements Every Fantasy Novel Needs
637 KB
[PDF] 5 Golden Rules For Writing Authentic Dialogue
614 KB
[PDF] 6 Clever Ways To Achieve The Perfect Ending To Your Story
315 KB
[PDF] 7 Common Mistakes To Avoid In Your First Chapter
371 KB
[PDF] 8 Secrets To Writing Strong Character Relationships
449 KB
[PDF] The Essential Guide For Writing A Series vs A Standalone Novel
520 KB
[PDF] Top 7 Tips For Researching Your Novel
641 KB
[PDF] The Ultimate Guide To World Building
654 KB

FAQs

What comes with my purchase?

You get immediate, full access to all 47 lessons for you to underake at your own pace. We recommend taking 1 lesson per day, but there is no requirement or restriction on the time you have to complete the lessons.

Why do you need my email address?

Your email is your unique login giving you access to the course now and in the future. It also allows us to communicate with you when we update the course in the future. We want to provide free updates to you, and without your email address - we can't let you know about the updates =(

Will you keep adding to the course?

Absolutely! All updates to the course in the future will be free for you as an existing purchaser. We intend to add videos, audio files and workbooks for you to use to improve your novel-writing skills within the next 6 months.

Will you provide ongoing support and advice?

Of course! Email us via support@writersedit.com with any questions, concerns or requests and we'll get right back to you.

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